Over all, was a good portrait of the story. She even thinks God made her for it. Sie verliert dabei ihren linken Arm. But as the horn blows, and the suspenseful competition kicks off, Bethany is no longer thinking about the challenges of her body. David Rovinsky is called to the emergency room to treat Bethany. Bethany and her best friend Alana Lorraine Nicholson are rising starlets on the local surfing scene, friendly competitors with endorsements lined up.
I think that if you seek God first and focus on Him, you'll be able to endure those struggles and hardships. She followed God's plan and look at the impact she is having on so many lives. As a gifted child surfer in Hawaii, Bethany spent more time wet than she did dry. If it is in time, she will win, but the judges rule that the time has expired. Principal photography and second-unit aerial work took place for 40 days; cinematographer shot on 35mm film. Though McNamara was editing the film by May 2010, additional filming took place in August 2010 in. After she's sponsored by a surfboard company and feels she should train more, Bethany reneges on her commitment to go on a missions trip.
The girls are also sarcastic toward the equally snide Malina though Bethany gradually decides that she can extend a genuine hand of friendship to her strongest competitor. Second Pinch Point: At the regional competition, Bethany comes in last and breaks her board. The onslaught of paparazzi also proves to be a great strain on her family and their privacy. Her parents Tom Hamilton played by Dennis Quaid Something to Talk About, The Parent Trap and Cheri Hamilton played by Helen Hunt Pay it Forward, As Good As it Gets worked closely with the crew to make sure Bethany's story was truthfully told in every detail. Die 13-jährige Bethany Hamilton ist der Hoffnungsträger des professionellen Surfsports auf Hawaii, als sie beim Training plötzlich von einem Tigerhai angegriffen wird. She knew God was in control and would see her through.
Besides losing her left arm, Bethany also lost 60% of her blood and David calls her survival a miracle. Simple tasks are now almost impossible. I was very impressed with this movie for a variety of reasons. Even its portrait of her recovery and rehabilitation is perfunctory. Soul Surfer reveals Bethany's fight to recover from her ordeal and how she grappled with the question of her future. She visited me in Hawaii and my surf coach and I taught her how to surf, so she at least looked like she knew what she was doing! Malina is the winner, but she has finally gotten over her differences with Bethany, inviting her up on the platform to share first place.
Later Bethany is battered in the impact zone—the worst place to be as a surfer, where the lip of the wave crashes back into the ocean, sending people deep underwater. All are surfers, but she and her best friend have grown up with a passion for the sport and enter a competition. Hard to fit several years worth of trials and struggles into a couple of hours. Clear enough to be seen amidst all those bodies on the beach. Bethany and Alana sneak out to go night surfing, disappointing Cheri when she discovers it.
Zunächst unter Schock durch dieses traumatische Erlebnis und mit geplatzten Zukunftsträumen, schöpft Bethany bald wieder Hoffnung und findet zu ihrem Glauben an Gott und an das Leben selbst zurück. AnnaSophia Robb is a convincing, cheerful heroine. Despite her recent tragedy, she joins her youth group to help the Thai children get over their fear of the ocean. To find a theater near you visit. Bethany and Alana place first and third, respectively, while the second place winner, Malina Birch , proves to be resentful.
The Hamilton family was involved in the choice of music. Her religious faith is so unshaken, it feels taken for granted. The devastating 2004 tsunami in the Pacific Ocean unexpectedly gives Bethany a new perspective. The shark scene was not too gory but it was a little intense - if you have small children it might disturb them and you may want to skip over it. One day, she surfs with Alana and her family, and her left arm gets attacked by a shark. Plugged In has become a significant compass for our family. A lifelong surfer who always felt at home in the sea, Bethany Hamilton AnnaSophia Robb honed her surfing skills in Kauai, and went on to compete in numerous surfing competitions.
By the time Bethany reached shore, her left arm was almost completely gone. The Hamilton family was involved in the choice of music. Sarah personally understood Bethany's situation after the attack. Shell-shocked people walk amid the debris. Simple tasks are now almost impossible. This pinch point emphasizes her inability to compete—which is the antagonistic force standing in the way of her goal.
And everyone's—especially Bethany's—levelheaded, calm response to the crisis contributes to keeping her alive. Why did she have to lose everything? Bethany lost her left arm in a shark attack and courageously overcame all odds to become a champion again, through her sheer determination and unwavering faith. As a result, a sponsor approaches Alana and Bethany for their surfing career. Now, her surfing, her biggest dreams and her life have become about pushing her own physical limits to touch the souls of others. The book tells us passionately how Bethany got back on her feet after her attack, through the help of her saviour, Jesus Christ. The good news is that the real courage comes from deep faith in Jesus Christ, not just willpower. Suddenly, with only minutes left on the clock, the waves die down and all the surfers can only loiter, waiting for the waves to start back up.